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October 28th, 2013
October 28th, 2013
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AJC Members in TLS Portfolio Avoid SERLO Process

Workforce adjustment will only be applied to employees who have volunteered for lay-off and whose request has been accepted by management.

You will recall that on June 27th, 2013, the AJC was advised that the Department of Justice (DOJ) was taking a different approach in its attempt to reduce the Canada Revenue Agency's legal costs.

The DOJ asked for 30 volunteers in the Tax Law Services Portfolio (TLS) to leave their positions in the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

Last Friday (October 25, 2013), DOJ has informed the affected members that these positions will be eliminated through attrition and with volunteers who have accepted to leave. As a result, AJC members working in the TLS at DOJ won't have to go through a SERLO process, whereby they compete for each other's jobs.

Workforce adjustment will only be applied to employees who have volunteered for lay-off and whose request has been accepted by management.

Although these cuts will have a great impact on the workload of the remaining TLS employees, the AJC wishes to outline this novel and considerate approach adopted by DOJ  in dealing with this matter.


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